William Howard, Jr.: The Rewards of Perseverance

Opiela, Nancy
June 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2000, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p118
Academic Journal
This article describes the career and practices of certified financial planner (CFP) William Howard from Memphis, Tennessee. Howard began his financial services career working in the insurance industry. Since earning the CFP license in 1986, he has applied the determination required of a long-distance runner to building his practice. After 11 years of running, he has achieved a long-time goal and ran in the Boston Marathon on April 17, 2000. These days, he manages to juggle running and work with his firm William Howard & Co. Financial Advisors Inc.


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